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Last year
Toto Wolff questions new race boss as Lewis Hamilton defies jewellery ban
Lewis Hamilton defied the FIA’s clampdown.
All time
'Sometimes there's no explanation for form... all you can do is try your best'
Leinster hooker James Tracy is searingly honest about his search to rediscover top form.
Archaeology firm denies workers' dispute - accuses union of 'trying to disrupt employees' lives'
The company said it is already paying staff more than the union recently agreed with another archaeology firm.
'A poorly-paid job in horrendous conditions': Archaeologists' strikes to continue as they demand better wages
The union has disputed the claim of a 65% increase in wages in the last four years, as its members’ contracts currently stipulate an hourly wage of €12.50.
Surely it couldn't happen? With another win, Dundalk continue to play party poopers
Stephen Kenny’s side prolonged the slim possibility of catching Cork City with a slim victory over Bray.
20,000 civilians in 'extreme danger' as Isis fighters cling on in Mosul
In neighbouring Syria, US-backed forces are facing fierce resistance from IS.
Out-of-favour Mkhitaryan vows to fight for his future at Man United
The Armenian star says he has no plans to leave the club in January.
Newcastle United fans occupy St James Park in a protest against Mike Ashley
Magpies fans are planning on remaining in the ground after their final home game.
Failed ATM robbers make a right mess and one sets himself on fire
They smashed a wall with a stolen digger, set it alight – and possibly burned themselves.
Analysis: O'Connell leads Irish defensive resurgence to deny the Wallabies
There was almost a repeat of Ireland’s last-gasp defeat to New Zealand, but they showed their mental edge this time.
This amazing feat of engineering happened exactly 100 years ago
The key to the success of the Panama Canal – the 12km-long Culebra Cut – was completed this month in 1913. Its overseeing engineer died just months later.
Kean in for the long haul at Blackburn
“It’s very simple. The owners are here for the long term, I’m here for the long term,” he told reporters today.